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When a Kansas City radio station released in late April audio footage of Chiefs All Pro Tyreek Hill and his then-fiancée Crystal Espinal discussing the child-abuse investigation regarding their three-year-old son’s broken arm, and Hill clearly threat…

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No one needs me to tell the Bears that with no more than solid placekicking, they would have been 14-2 and the NFC’s No. 1 seed in the playoffs, or that even at 12-4 and the No. 3 seed, if Cody Parkey hits a 43-yard field goal, they would have advanc…

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CHICAGO – The biggest question facing both sides of the NFL’s oldest and best rivalry slated to kick off the league’s 100th season at Soldier Field on the first Thursday night in September is who is the better safety: Adrian Amos or Ha-Ha Clinton-Dix…

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What does it say that in an unusual NFL offseason in which not one but two defensive linemen who will be at least mentioned in eventual Hall of Fame conversations, Ndamukong Suh and Gerald McCoy, were available in free agency and the Chicago Bears ne…

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When Mike Furrey said recently that every single one of his current receivers can have long careers in the NFL, perhaps it was hyperbole. Can we blame the Bears WR coach who entered last offseason with perhaps the league’s worst group, paced by Kenda…

Six Clay Center wrestlers representing their respective clubs competed this past weekend in Topeka at the Sunflower State Games, competing in the annual takedown challenge and the folkstyle tournament.

One of head coach Matt Nagy's major goals for 2019 is to improve his running game, and to do so he has switched Cody Whitehair from center to guard, James Daniels from guard to center, crossed all his fingers and toes in the hopes that Kyle Long can …

The Clay Center Country Club Jr. Golfers competed in the second round of the NCKL Tournament on Tuesday at Beloit. A total of 30 golfers competed, including eight from Clay Center.

Changes included adding a logo to the sleeves and pants, a gold stripe and new neckline.

Nike assumes uniform contract and reduces the sleeve stripes from five to three.

New coach Gene Ronzani uses three varying uniform sets, including an all-green uniform.

New coach Vince Lombardi alters the uniforms to resemble what is seen today.

Enter the classic Lambeau-era uniform: navy jersey with large gold yoke, gold pants.

The first time green and gold appear in a Packers uniform — used for two years.

Worn for two years and were the inspiration for the alternate uniforms worn in the 2014 season.

Addition of yellow helmets for the first time — blue jerseys with no number on the front started in 1931.

Elaborate jerseys involving an inverted triangle and 13 blue and gold vertical stripes.

The thin navy stripes on the sleeves were replaced with a blue bar across the shoulders.

Gold jersey with nine thin navy stripes on each sleeve, gold leggings and pants.

Dark blue jerseys with ACME PACKERS in gold across the front. No numbers on the uniforms.

PFW's fantasy football coverage is ramping up during the NFL's downtime, and after recently unveiling our first "ADP Alerts" of the summer, we're continuing our division-by-division look at the entire league, answering burning questions for all 32 te…

Hub Arkush and Arthur Arkush discuss the latest news this week surrounding the Chicago Bears including who is the 2nd most important player on offense heading into camp? Plus the guys talk about pass rushing and a few storylines to watch at Training …

DK Live's Geoff Ulrich and Steve Buchanan preview the upcoming season for the Green Bay Packers from a fantasy perspective and break down who will the team's MVP, LVP and potential breakout star.  

The Clay Center Country Club Jr. Golfers competed in the first round of the NCK league tournament at Concordia last week. A total of 33 golfers competed, including nine from Clay Center.

PFW's fantasy football coverage is ramping up during the NFL's downtime, and after unveiling our first "ADP Alerts" of the summer last week, we're beginning a division-by-division look at the entire league, answering burning questions for all 32 team…